Lisa Fowler

Partner

Lisa has a wide range of experience having acted in many complex and diverse property transactions.

Lisa is a confident communicator with a strong ability to negotiate under time pressure. She maintains exceptional client service standards by being fully immersed in every project and by bringing a calm and measured approach to each and every legal issue.

Significant matters

  • Acquisition and redevelopment of Amcor Paper Mill.
  • Sale of ‘Woodhouse Station’ (approx. 5,000HA).
  • Sale of commercial office building at 627 Chapel Street, South Yarra.
  • Sale of industrial property at 215 Browns Road, Noble Park.
  • Sale of ‘The Well’ Retail Shopping Centre, Camberwell.
  • Acquisition of commercial office building at 1–9 Dandenong Street, Dandenong.
  • Redevelopment of former Phillip Morris Site, Moorabbin.

Areas of expertise

  • Acting for vendors and purchasers in major property acquisitions/disposals.
  • Acting for landlords and tenants in commercial, industrial and retail leasing matters.
  • Off-the-plan residential development projects.
  • Mixed use redevelopment projects.
  • Development agreements and project structuring.
  • Advice on title issues including easements and restrictive covenants.
  • Property taxes, including GST, stamp duty and land tax.

 

Australian Law Awards - Finalist - Property Team of the Year 2018

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